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EDINBORO ADVANCEMENT

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Family creates Pauline and Christ Scott Memorial Scholarship Married for 45 years, Pauline and Christ Scott were extremely proud of their family, son Nicholas Scott Sr., daughter-in-law Kim, and their five grandchildren. Nick Scott Sr. and sons Nick Jr. and Chris are Erie, Pa., business leaders whose passion for the hospitality industry consistently has a positive impact on northwestern Pennsylvania. They manage all operations and development at their third-generation, family-owned hospitality business, Scott Enterprises. Long-time supporters of the arts, the Scott family also has demonstrated a strong commitment to higher education through establishing student scholarships at local colleges. It is their hope that the Pauline and Christ Scott Memorial Scholarship will encourage the same commitment to education, community involvement, and passion for both the visual and performing arts that the elder Scotts demonstrated during their lives. The scholarship will be awarded to an Edinboro University student who is a current employee or child of a current employee of Scott Enterprises.

President Julie E. Wollman (center) hosted Kim and Nick Scott for lunch at her home this past fall

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McCauley creates wrestling scholarship W. Keith McCauley, M’72, a loyal supporter of Edinboro University and its athletic program, established a wrestling scholarship to provide financial support for deserving student-athletes. He created the scholarship to help them succeed in the classroom, and also to continue the tradition of excellence in athletics. McCauley earned a Master of Education degree from Edinboro State College and retired after 37 years as a high school counselor in Ohio.

W. Keith McCauley and President Julie E. Wollman, seated. Standing, from left, Jon Pulice, Director of Alumni Relations; Bruce Baumgartner, Athletics Director; and Tim Flynn, Head Wrestling Coach.

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Concert Band establishes music scholarship A scholarship for Edinboro University Music or Music Education majors has been established by the Concert Band of Northwest Pennsylvania. The scholarship honors the band’s longstanding relationship with and support from the University. Recipients will be required to participate in all band rehearsals and concerts during the academic year. The Concert Band of Northwest Pennsylvania was established in 1982 by John Fleming, an Edinboro Emeritus faculty member who retired after 32 years with the Baron-Forness Library. The band enables audiences of the region to experience quality concert band music. It also has helped members to share the love of making music among generations of musicians, including many college and advanced high school musicians who have participated in the Concert Band’s performances.

Music Department Chairman Dr. Gary Grant, left, and John Fleming, founder and director of the Concert Band of Northwest Pennsylvania, present the band’s first scholarship to Carly Gray, a junior Music Education major who plays the saxophone

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Edinboro Magazine Winter 2012-13